Phoenixhiphop.net Brian Staks drops album “Call me Jefe”

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Added by February 27, 2010

A lyrical beast, a savage on a beat, B-Staks is a musical prodigy! His unique and refreshing way of combining his lyrics to a musical note is simply genius. B-Staks a Texas born Arizona resident is very well known and respected for the hustle and the music game. His life concept and lessons learned are crafted into songs that reach the most inner depths of his listener’s souls. B-Staks is indisputably among the elite. He is amongst the few that are keeping the hip-hop scene alive. B-Staks has brought together some of the most talented artists, producers, and contributors to Phoenix hip-hop such as, MAV, Skunk One, DJ Villin, Chino D, and Sal. Together they are known as SOL CAMP, they as individuals and as a group have mixed and mastered the hip-hop game in the Southwest. B-Staks has been deviating his master plan and putting puzzle pieces together to enhance the impact his debut will have. His debut album titled “Call Me Jefe” is sure to stir up quite the commotion in the local hip-hop and national hip-hop scene. The “Call Me Jefe” album is a hard hitting, beat knocking, certified collectors item!!! Artist throughout the West Coast have come together and dropped sixteen to enrich the album even more. The artist line up includes Clika One, Chingo Bling, Zig Zag, SOL CAMP, and several others. B-Staks is definitely a heavy hitter and knows the dynamics of what people like to hear. Raw, real, unedited, and simply the truth is what B-Staks is: reason being why people call him “JEFE”. B-Staks has proved himself to be a boss.The “Call Me Jefe” album doesn’t only consist of elite artist but also top-notch producers; Such as Jason (Y2JJ) Robinson, The Council Productions, Nightbreed, Lifted, very well known Roca Dolla and many more. Although “Call Me Jefe” is B-Staks’ debut album he has been around for many years. He has released other projects that have had a very high positive response among the hip-hop community. His previous work include his mix tape “Rhyme Mode” that was released in 08, he also put out projects with SOL CAMP his repertoire is unsurpassable. His hit single “Jefe” featuring MAV, Chingo Bling, and Marques Elliot has hit the airwaves hard and made a huge impact and the video was a sensation. “Jefe” was recently featured on Power 98.3 Street Heater of the Week. B-Staks has put heart and soul into his music and it shows. His drive and committed dedication to work non-stop and make music for all to enjoy is paying off as he gains more and more followers with every hit he creates. Be on the look out for the “Call Me Jefe”. B-Staks is also currently working on the highly anticipated SOL CAMP album that will also be dropping this year, his second mix tape titled “Sol Champs: Round One will also be hitting the streets. Brace yourself for B-Staks is making his way to your speakers, leaving his mark on this earth and a blazing trail of hot tracks, remember to call him JEFE. Don’t get left behind or get caught without your copy so be on the look out for “Call Me Jefe”.

 

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